Utilizing Genetics
to Improve
Patient Care

Presented by
Carolyn Ledowsky

What to expect

Health practitioners have an abundance of tools available to them to assist with patient diagnosis, including sophisticated tools that have improved outcomes tremendously over the past century. Even so, healthcare practitioners are still confronted with case studies for which the standard of care does not achieve the desired or expected outcome.

At the end of the last century, an important final discovery was made that is changing medicine in the 21st century. This discovery is the incredible field of human genetics—how we can tailor treatments for the best outcomes, how we can influence genetic expression, and how an individual’s genetics can help answer why some patients respond differently to treatment.

Do not miss this opportunity to join Carolyn Ledowsky, founder of MTHFR Support Australia, in a discussion on how human genetics influences treatment outcomes. Carolyn will bring complex biochemical processes into focus and offer a framework to easily understand the intricacies of how genetics influence our health.
Meet the instructor

Carolyn Ledowsky


Carolyn Ledowsky is the founder of MTHFR Support Australia. She is a naturopath, herbalist, and nutritionist who has completed bachelor’s degrees in naturopathy, herbal medicine, and economics, a diploma of nutrition, and an advanced diploma of naturopathy. Carolyn has also studied genetics and evolution at Duke University and genes and the human condition—from behavior to biotechnology at the University of Maryland. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) honours degree. Carolyn‘s practice specializes in genetic susceptibility and how this contributes to biochemical dysfunction and chronic health conditions.